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Sarasin takes on investment managers from Brewins and SLW

Sarasin takes on investment managers from Brewins and SLW

Sarasin & Partners has expanded its charity team with the hires of Edmund Salveson and Alexander True.

Salveson has joined the team after eight years at Brewin Dolphin where he was deputy head of research. True joins from Standard Life Wealth, and previously managed private clients and charities at Credit Suisse. 

The charities department at Sarasin & Partners has around 320 clients with assets under management of £4.8 billion, more than 35% of Sarasin's total AUM.

'We are delighted to have been able to recruit two such high calibre professionals,' said Sarasin partner and head of charities Richard Maitland (pictured).

'Our charities business continues to grow: we have added to both clients and assets in each of the last eight years. Hiring Alexander and Edmund is an indication of the continued strategic importance of managing the investments of charities and other not-for-profit institutions.'

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